Sunday, March 29, 2009

The case Martin Borilski

The 28th of April a protest is planned in front of the Supreme Court of Cassation in central Sofia. The protesters will ask for justice to be done in the case Martin Borilski. Martin was a Bulgarian law student, brutally killed in a mafia related murder in Paris 18 July 2000. French pointed out two culprits with the help of DNA, and handed over the case to Bulgarian justice.

Justice moved slow and did not reach a final decision before 22nd of January this year. Suprisingly for the french police, and many Bulgarians, the court decided to free both suspects.

Eventually a british court of appeal have decided to take up the case, looking at all documents again. The new trial is set to begin 29 April 2009.

Source: Bulgaria e nasha

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